Wildlife Rehabilitation

What To Do If You Find A Baby Bird — Audubon Society of Portland
https://audubonportland.org/wcc/urban/babybirds
The link  is a quick guide to help you make the right decision when a baby bird is found. Many species of birds such as robins, scrub jays, crows and owls leave the nest and spend as many as 2-5 days on the ground before they can fly. This is a normal and vital part of the young birds …

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources:
If you need assistance, or have questions about transporting injured birds, contact the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources:
http://wildlife.utah.gov/about-us/contact-us.htmlRegional Offices:
* Northern: 515 E 5300 S, Ogden, UT 84405, Phone: 801-476-2740
* Northeastern: 318 N Vernal Ave, Vernal, UT 84078, Phone: 435-781-9453
* Central: 1115 N Main St., Springville, UT 84663, Phone: 801-491-5678
* Southeastern: 319 N Carbonville Rd, Suite A, Price, UT 84501, Phone: 435-613-3700
* Southern: 1470 N Airport Rd, Cedar City, UT 84721, Phone: 435-865-6100

Utah Rehabilitation groups:
If you find an injured bird, especially if the bird is a migratory bird or a raptor, you can contact one of the following Utah rehabilitation groups:

DaLyn Erickson
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah
1490 Park Blvd, Ogden Utah, 84401
(Mailing address: 3127 N Pelican Drive, Farr West, UT 84404.)
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah
http://www.wrcnu.org
info@wrcnu.org
801-814-7888
Found an injured or orphaned animal?

Patti Richards
Great Basin Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education
Mapleton, UT
https://www.greatbasinwildlife.net
greatbasinrehab@yahoo.com
801-310-0186
If You Find Wildlife Needing Help

A Statewide List of Rehabilitators is found on the Great Basin Wildlife Rehabilitation site:
http://greatbasinwildlife.net/Living/living_lists.html

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